The only place on campus where you
can find everybody at once
Mary P. Valle
K. Ricardo Sutton
Res. Halls Editor
Melissa M. Forcade
Hugh Tom Chin
Rachel Del Rosario
Special Thanks To:
Dick, Audree, the Student Publications
Business Office, Mr. Dwight Brown of the
Houston Chronicle and Prof. Ted Stanton.
Ml staff: Robin Ogden, Reggie Sutton, Tony Bullard, Henry Reyna, Mary Valle, Jerry
Munoz, Yvonne Champion, Jonathan Imperial, Kristyn Roberts, Mark Lacy, Mona
Chadwick, Mauro Aguirre.Photo by Tony Bullard.
Volume 56 of the Houstonian Yearbook was published by the
Student Publications Department and printed by Taylor Publishing
Company of Dallas, Texas. Flo Walton was our Account Administrator and Kathi Cook served as our local Taylor representative.
The cover was mounted on 15 point Davey board. The lithocote
cover was printed in silver #81, black #1 with top-stamping in red
foil to reproduce the theme logo designed by Mary Valle with the
assistance of Taylor artist Dolores Landin. Taylor Pop Print screen
#PP912 was used inside the bar and on divider pages. The binding
was Smyth sewn. The endsheets were produced on 60 pound cover
weight matte paper and printed in red #30 and black #1. The body
of the book was produced on 80 pound #22 matte paper and
trimmed to the book size of 9X12. 38 pages of the book were printed
in four-color and 24 featured spot color. Approximately 1,434 photographs were featured in the book, taken by staff photographers.
With the exception of divider pages, all body copy was set in 11/13
malibu with captions set in 8/9 malibu. The folios are 14 point
Avant Garde Bold and centered onto the section mini-theme set in
24 point Geneva Extra Bold in 40% black.
OPENING and DIVIDER copy was set in 14/16 malibu. Headlines
were set in 60 point Avant Garde and Korinna Bold and sub-heads
were set in 36 point Korinna. Spot color used was red #30. Combination color used was 60% yellow, 100% red and 20% blue.
STUDENT LIFE headlines were set in 60 point Korinna Bold and subheads were set in 36 point Korinna. Spot color used was red #30.
The GATEFOLD was tipped-in between the first and second signature. The headline was set in 60 point English Script and the subhead was set in 36 point Chancery Bold. Combination color used
was 20% blue, 60% yellow and 100% red against a screen of 100%
black. ISSUES headlines varied from 60 to 48 points in Geneva Bold
and sub-heads were set in 36 point Geneva. Combination color used
was 20% blue, 60% yellow and 100% red. ACADEMICS headlines
were set in Jefferson Script 60 point; Noveau 48, 36 and 32 point;
and Muse Script 30 point, respectively. Spot color used was Emerald
Green #22. All quote artwork was designed on a Macintosh computer. The 575 individual portraits were taken during the fall and
spring semesters by Yearbook Associates. Special thanks to all the
UH Administration for showing us their spirit by wearing their
"Cougar Red."RESIDENCE HALLS headlines were set in 48 point
Opus Bold and sub-heads were set in 24 point. Floor identification
was never returned from some floor RAs, therefore a list of residents'
names on that floor were randomly inserted. SPORTS headlines
were set in Noveau Bold 60, 48 and 36 point and sub-heads were set
in Noveau Italic 36, 30, 24 and 12 point. ORGANIZATIONS headlines were set in 60 point Geneva Condensed Bold and sub-heads
were 48 point Brush Script in 60% black overburned on the headline. The side-bar was submitted as artwork and designed on a
Macintosh computer. GREEKS headlines were set in 48 point Geneva Extra Bold and overburned on the sub-head set in 48 point
Chancery Bold. Spot colors used were Kelly Green #21 and Spice
Red #28. Combination color used was 100% red, 20% blue, 40%
yellow; 20% black, 40% blue, 60% red for 2<t>E; 60% black, 40%
yellow, 20% red; 20% black, 40% blue, 60% red for SN; 20% black,
40% blue, 60% red for SAM; 20% black, 60% red for 4>N. All Greek
columns, crests and letters were submitted as artwork. Color pages
were purchased by the Greeks featured. CLOSING headlines were
set in 36 point Avant Garde. The INDEX was generated by Taylor's
IndexVision software. All alphabet divisions were sent in as artwork.
Advertisements were solicited by Anthony Advertising of Atlanta,
Since 1974, the Houstonian has not been supported by Student
Service Fees. Printing and production costs are paid for by book
sales and advertising.
The 1990 Houstonian Yearbook was produced without faculty
supervision, by a senior staff of 7 students. Volume 56, a 400-page
publication had a press run of 1,000 copies and sold at $25 a copy.
The Houstonian was a member of the Associated Collegiate Press
and The Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The 1989 Houstonian received a First Class with One Mark of Distinction rating
from ACP. Address any further inquiries to Editor, Houstonian
Yearbook, University of Houston, Houston; Texas 77204-4071.
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